Nick Reynolds covers state politics and policy. A native of Central New York, he has spent his career covering governments big and small, and several Congressional campaigns. He graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport in 2015.
The legislation would bar automatic voter registration for federal elections and would require absentee ballots be sent only to those who request them.
“People have choices not to hop in the sack with one another,” said one pastor, who advocated an outright ban on abortion. “That’s where your right ends."
Despite voter fraud being exceedingly rare in Wyoming, the photo ID bill has gained major support in the Legislature.
Rep. Liz Cheney didn't mince words when asked about Donald Trump on Wednesday, saying the former president shouldn't play a role in the future of the GOP or the country.
The legislation came in response to an outcry from Natrona County residents who faced significant increases in their property tax bills last year.